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author1Subhronil Mondal
School of Geosciences
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., NES107
Tampa, Florida 33620-5250
USA

Subhronil (Nil) Mondal is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA. His works involve long- and short-term macroecological changes and their macroevolutionary impacts in the marine molluscan history of life.

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author2Subhendu Bardhan
Department of Geological Sciences
Jadavpur University
Kolkata-700032
India

Subhendu Bardhan, received his Ph.D. from Jadavpur University and has been on the faculty there since 1981 where he is now a Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences. He works on various groups of mega-invertebrate fossils and has strong interest in unraveling palaeobiological intrigues, evolution and extinction. His current research interest involves coastal ecology of molluscs and the prey-predator interaction (drilling and peeling) on molluscs in space and time.

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author3Sumanta Mallick
Department of Geological Sciences
Jadavpur University
Kolkata-700032
India

Sumanta Mallick is pursuing his Ph.D. on predator-prey interactions in Indian marine fossil record (across the K-T boundary) in Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh from Jadavpur University. His research interests include study on prey-predator interaction between gastropods and other faunas, and bibliographic surveys and database development on gastropod predation in space and time.

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author4Arindam Roy
Department of Geological Sciences
Jadavpur University
Kolkata-700032
India

Arindam Roy is a Ph.D. student at Jadavpur University and doing his dissertation on the Oxfordian (Upper Jurassic) ammonite faunas of Kutch, Gujarat, India: a study of systematics, palaeobiogeography and evolution. His research interests include ammonites systematic and palaeobiogeography, their evolutionary mechanisms, and prey-predator interaction between gastropods and other faunas.

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